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I have cyst in my right overy 9.1 cm
Hello doctor, i have cyst in my right overy 9.1 cm and in my left overy 0.22mm follicle, unilocular right overy cyst, its a simple cyst? i want to concieve? my dr given meprate tablet for getting periods, i got a periods on 14 feb 2017, my hubby will going dubai for work by march end is it possible for pregnancy, tell me please, and also i taken homeopathy medicine for irregular periods since 2015 but now i changed to allopathy for a concieving guidence of my hubby , which medicine suitable for me i confused i married on dec 21 2016, i want baby early because my hubby going to dubai for a work for 2 years. help me
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hello ! pregnancy now a days is becoming tough for some and very easy for some women, generally pregnancy depends on previous hormonal functioning in the body i.e previous menstrual history, if the menstrual history is somewhat good i.e regular periods with nrml follicle size (17-22 or 24) then inspite of having cyst or fibroid getting pregnant is very easy , and ovarian cyst doesnt affect in getting pregnant, but you said you had history of irregular periods, and you have taken homoeopathic treatment ,if your hormones have been regularised by the treatment you have taken, and if your periods were regular from the past 6 mnths, then there are chances that you can get pregnancy very easily. but you have mentioned you have 0.22mm follicle in lt ovary which is unnatural (might be 22mm, pls check over) will not fruitfull.
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going for allopathy to get pregnant is good, but before starting the treatment be aware that you will be given hormonal treatment, which may bring drastic changes in your body (like growth of unnatural hair etc,etc) so discuss all your previous history with the consulting doctor, so that it may help them to give you the treatment in required doses.
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Hi, the size of the ovarian cyst is quite significant. It is better to meet a gynaecologist / homeopath in person and discuss your complaints. It is unlikely that you will be able to conceive in the next couple of weeks.
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Meet with gynaecologist /homeopath in person. Reduction in size is very gradual, and at times getting operated may be the best solution.
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Size of cyst is significant, don't keep unreasonable expectations of recovery, and also keep cautious of people who might promise such a recovery
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An ovarian cyst is collection of fluid,surrounded by very thin wall,within the ovary. ovarian cyst occur usually during the child bearing years. some cyst may cause symptoms like bleeding and pain etc removal of cyst surgically required if the cyst is more than 5cm. Homeopathy can help you but it takes time for reduction of size. Having cyst wont affect your ability to get pregnant unless you dont have any symptoms of ovarian cyst but can cause trouble during your pregnancy. its better u treat the cyst before you concieve.
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Decide which line of treatment you would like to go. Plz dont switch from alllopathy to homeopathy or other way just for faster results.
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